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    I remember in old Palm os, I can figure out the time and reason of last time crash or freezing. But how can I find those detailed info on TP?

    I got some freezing already, soft reset works, but I'm so curious to know the cause and hope to avoid such instances in the future. any thoughts? thanks.
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    There may be a way with sw but not sure.
    The way I identify sw causing issues, is to install sw one at time, giving a day to make sure it does'nt cause instability.
    Always do a backup before trying new sw.
    A vanilla Pro should not have any instabilty.
    It's most likely 3rd party sw.
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    and finding that cause of instability can be a booger. I liked Palm OS's ability to show the reason for the last reset but I don't think WM has a similar feature.

    In re-installing things, I've found YoMoMedia to cause some of my headaches. And uninstalling doesn't get rid of everything. Found a pesky launcher.exe in the Startup folder.
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    Yea, I should have mentioned that.
    Fragments of apps have a way of hanging around.
    Before trying sw, I do a backup. If I don't like it, I HR and then restore.
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    sorry, what is sw?

    Do you think sktools or memmaid would help?
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    sw = software
    HR = Hard Reset
    SR = Soft Reset
    Just call me Berd.
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    okay... here's a weird one. My center button shifted orientation. Up/down became left/right and visa versa.

    Hard reset here I come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coppertop View Post
    okay... here's a weird one. My center button shifted orientation. Up/down became left/right and visa versa.

    Hard reset here I come.
    This happened to me as well. Here is how to fix it.
    Using a registry editor, go to HKLM\System\GDI\Rotation\Angle

    Mine somehow got changed to 90. By changing it to 0 (Zero) you'll be fixed.

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